What's New for the 2004 Acura NSX? Now entering its fourteenth year of production, the aluminum-bodied Acura NSX gains a trunk-mounted six-disc CD changer and remote keyless entry as standard equipment for 2004. Also new are the shifter knob and the gauge cluster surround.
Advantages of the 2004 Acura NSX:
Mid-engined handling balance
Sharp steering response
Docile enough to serve as daily driver
Rare exotic car reliability factor
Objections to the 2004 Acura NSX:
Exorbitant price tag
Aluminum bodywork can be expensive to repair
NSX was originally engineered during Bush Sr.'s administration
Editor's Advice: Unusual indeed is the automobile that can survive for more than a decade without significant change and still remain an enticing prospect. The 2004 Acura NSX is such an automobile. Though short on power compared to even the lowly Ford Mustang Mach 1, the 290-horse (252 if the SportShift sequential automatic is specified), mid-engined NSX is also remarkably short on curb weight, making it agile, responsive, and a wonderful dance partner on a twisting two-lane road. Sure, the price is steep, but what cost icon ownership?
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